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Not easy to see...
the knights can be underated at times - that was nice
Nice & Easy.
nice puzzle with an important use of my favorite piece...........the knight
That's just plain crazy good.
the white rook made the job of preventing the black rook from capturing the knight. I think this also teaches us not to always promote to a queen.
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Sous promotion et clouage... #2.
A Horse! My Kingdom for a Horse!
In this case, two horses!
I knew that it must start with check by a Knight, but it took me a couple of tries to realize it had to be by a promoted knight.
Wow! And this is only Tuesday.
Very very good puzzle.
Cool!... I like underpromotion techniques.
lovely, but how create this start position in real game??????
A VERY GOOD ONE
isn't easy...if you play by yourself.
very gd one
1/27/2015 - Boris Spassky vs Arnulf Westermeier, Germany, 1982
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pieces not working
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Your opening against carlsen
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Am I a jerk?
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Practical differences between 1. e4 and 1. d4 ?
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am i a prodigy?
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